Oil is purified fat of plant or animal origin which is liquid at room temperature. Fats provide a concentrated source of energy for the body, insulate body tissues, and transport fat soluble vitamins through the blood.They provide essential fatty acids—linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linoleic acid (omega-3) and play an important role in nutrition. Fats are also critical components of many recipes and essential to many cooking and food preparation techniques. Oils: Good and Bad Fats and ...

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